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K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
These are the specializations and their pre-requisites. These lists should be used as reference for curriculum maps.

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Specialization
Agricultural Crops Production (NC I)
Agricultural Crops Production (NC II)

Number of Hours
320 hours

updated based on TESDA Training Regulations published December 28, 2013

640 hours

Agricultural Crops Production (NC III)

640 hours

Animal Health Care Management (NC III)

320 hours

Animal Production (Poultry-Chicken) (NC II)

320 hours

Animal Production (Large Ruminants) (NC II)

320 hours

Animal Production (Swine) (NC II)

320 hours

updated based on TESDA Training Regulations published December 28, 2013


updated based on TESDA Training Regulations published December 28, 2013
updated based on TESDA Training Regulations published December 28, 2013

Aquaculture (NC II)


Artificial Insemination (Large Ruminants) (NC II)
Artificial Insemination (Swine) (NC II)
Fish Capture (NC II)
Fishing Gear Repair and Maintenance (NC III)
Fish-Products Packaging (NC II)
Fish Wharf Operation (NC I)
Food Processing (NC II)
Horticulture (NC III)
Landscape Installation and Maintenance (NC II)
Organic Agriculture (NC II)
Pest Management (NC II)
Rice Machinery Operations (NC II)
Rubber Processing (NC II)
Rubber Production (NC II)
Slaughtering Operations (Hog/Swine/Pig) (NC II)

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Agricultural Crops Production (NC II)


Animal Production (Poultry-Chicken) (NC II) or
Animal Production (Ruminants) (NC II) or
Animal Production (Swine) (NC II)

Animal Production (Large Ruminants) (NC II)


Animal Production (Swine) (NC II)

Agricultural Crops Production (NC II)

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K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM


JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)

HOME ECONOMICS

Specialization

Number of
Hours
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640 hours
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640 hours

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Attractions and Theme Parks Operations with Ecotourism (NC II)


Barbering (NC II)
Bartending (NC II)
Beauty/Nail Care (NC II)
Bread and Pastry Production (NC II)
Caregiving (NC II)
Commercial Cooking (NC III)
Cookery (NC II)
Dressmaking (NC II)
Events Management Services (NC III)
Fashion Design (Apparel) (NC III)
Food and Beverage Services (NC II)

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Front Office Services (NC II)


Hairdressing (NC II)
Hairdressing (NC III)
Handicraft (Basketry, Macrame) (Non-NC)
Handicraft (Fashion Accessories, Paper Craft) (Non-NC)
Handicraft (Needlecraft) (Non-NC)
Handicraft (Woodcraft, Leathercraft) (Non-NC)
Housekeeping (NC II)

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Local Guiding Services (NC II)


Tailoring (NC II)
Tourism Promotion Services (NC II)
Travel Services (NC II)
Wellness Massage (NC II)

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updated based on TESDA Training Regulations published December 28, 2013

updated based on TESDA Training Regulations published December 28, 2013

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Pre-requisite

Cookery (NC II)

Dressmaking (NC II) or Tailoring (NC II)

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K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM


JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)

INDUSTRIAL ARTS

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Specialization

Number of
Hours

Automotive Servicing (NC I)

640 hours

updated based on TESDA Training Regulations published December 28, 2013

Automotive Servicing (NC II)


Carpentry (NC II)
Carpentry (NC III)
Construction Painting (NC II)
Domestic Refrigeration and Air-conditioning (DOMRAC) Servicing (NC
II)
Driving (NC II)
Electrical Installation and Maintenance (NC II)
Electric Power Distribution Line Construction (NC II)
Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing (NC II)

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Furniture Making (Finishing) (NC II)


Instrumentation and Control Servicing (NC II)
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) (NC II)
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) (NC II)
Machining (NC I)
Machining (NC II)
Masonry (NC II)
Mechatronics Servicing (NC II)
Motorcycle/Small Engine Servicing (NC II)
Plumbing (NC I)
Plumbing (NC II)
Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning (Packaged Air-Conditioning Unit
[PACU]/Commercial Refrigeration Equipment [CRE]) Servicing (NC III)
Shielded Metal Arc Welding (NC I)
Shielded Metal Arc Welding (NC II)
Tile Setting (NC II)
Transmission Line Installation and Maintenance (NC II)

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updated based on TESDA Training Regulations published December 28, 2013

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*LO-Learning Outcomes

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Pre-requisite

Automotive Servicing (NC I)


Carpentry (NC II)

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Electrical Installation and Maintenance (NC II)

640 hours
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Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing (EPAS) (NC II)


Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) (NC II)
Shielded Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) (NC II)
Machining (NC I)
Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing (EPAS) (NC II)

Plumbing (NC I)
Domestic Refrigeration and Air-conditioning (DOMRAC)
Servicing (NC II)
Shielded Metal Arc Welding (NC I)
Electrical Installation and Maintenance (NC II)

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K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM


JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)

INFORMATION, COMMUNICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY (ICT)


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Animation (NC II)


Broadband Installation (Fixed Wireless Systems) (NC II)
Computer Programming (.Net Technology) (NC III)
updated based on TESDA Training Regulations published December 28, 2013

Number of
Hours
320 hours
160 hours
320 hours

Computer Programming (Oracle Database) (NC III)

320 hours

Computer Systems Servicing (NC II)

640 hours

updated based on TESDA Training Regulations published December 28, 2013


updated based on TESDA Training Regulations published December 28, 2007

Contact Center Services (NC II)


Illustration (NC II)
Medical Transcription (NC II)
Technical Drafting (NC II)
Telecom OSP and Subscriber Line Installation
(Copper Cable/POTS and DSL) (NC II)
Telecom OSP Installation (Fiber Optic Cable) (NC II)

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Computer Systems Servicing (NC II)

320 hours

Computer Programming (Java) (NC III)

updated based on TESDA Training Regulations published December 28, 2013

Pre-requisite

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320 hours

Computer Systems Servicing (NC II)

160 hours

Computer Systems Servicing (NC II)

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K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM


JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
Course Description:
This course is designed to equip the individual with the desirable attitudes and skills of the land transport light vehicle driver in accordance with industry standards, including
the regulatory requirements issued by appropriate regulatory bodies, government and/or private. It covers the following four (4) core competencies: carrying out vehicle
maintenance and servicing, driving light vehicles, obeying and observing traffic rules and regulations, and implementing and coordinating accident/emergency procedures.
This course is also designed to equip the individual with the basic and common knowledge, skills and attitudes of the land transport light vehicle driver in accordance with
industry standards. The basic competency will be integrated in delivering the common and core competency. This course will lead to National Certificate II (Driving Light Vehicle
NC II).
CONTENT
Introduction
1. Basic concepts in driving
light vehicle.
2. Relevance of the course
3. Career opportunities

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

The learner demonstrates an


understanding of the basic
concepts and underlying theories
and principles in driving light
vehicle.

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

CODE

The learner independently


demonstrates common
competencies in driving light
vehicle by TESDA Training
Regulations.

1. Explain basic concepts in driving light


vehicle.
2. Discuss the relevance of the course
3. Explore career opportunities in driving light
vehicle.

The learner recognizes his/her


Personal Entrepreneurial
Competencies and Skills (PECS)
and prepares a list of PECS of a
practitioner/entrepreneur in
driving light vehicle.

LO 1. Recognize Personal Entrepreneurial


Competencies and Skills (PECS) needed
in driving.
1.1 Assess ones PECS: characteristics,
attributes, lifestyle, skills, traits
1.2 Assess practitioners: characteristics,
attributes, lifestyle, skills, traits
1.3 Compare ones PECS with that of a
practitioner /entrepreneur

PERSONAL ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCIES (PECS)


1. Assessment of Personal
Entrepreneurial
Competencies and Skills
(PECS) vis--vis a
practicing
entrepreneur/employee
1.1 Characteristics
1.2 Attributes
1.3 Lifestyle
1.4 Skills
1.5 Traits
2. Analysis of ones PECS

The learner demonstrates an


understanding of ones Personal
Entrepreneurial Competencies
and Skills (PECS).

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K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM


JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
CONTENT

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

CODE

The learner independently


generates a business idea based
on the analysis of environment
and market in driving light vehicle.

LO 1. Generate a business idea that


relates with a career choice in driving
light vehicle.
1.1 Conduct SWOT analysis
1.2 Identify the different products/services
available in the market
1.3 Compare different products/services in the
carpentry business
1.4 Determine profile of potential customers
1.5 Determine profile of potential competitors
1.6 Generate potential business ideas based
on the SWOT analysis

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LO 1. Identify appropriate sealant/


adhesive.
1.1 Identify appropriate sealant and adhesives.
1.2 Select sealant/adhesive in line with job
requirements and manufacturers
specification.
1.3 Perform sealant/adhesive checking to
ensure the product is fit for use.
1.4 Apply work safety procedures.

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ENVIRONMENT AND MARKET (EM)


1. Key concepts of
Environment and Market
2. Products & services
available in the market
3. Differentiation of
products and services
4. Customers and their
buying habits
5. Competition in the
market
6. SWOT Analysis

The learner demonstrates an


understanding of the concepts
environment and market and
how they relate to a career
choice in driving light vehicle.

COMMON COMPETENCIES
LESSON 1: APPLYING APPROPRIATE SEALANT/ADHESIVE (AAS)

Use of sealant and

adhesive
Types and classification of
sealant and adhesives
Procedure in checking
sealant/adhesive

The learner demonstrates an


understanding of concepts and
underlying principles in applying
appropriate sealant/adhesive.

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The learner independently


performs application of
appropriate sealant/adhesive
based on service manual.

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K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM


JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
CONTENT

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

CODE

Types of surface material


and appropriate
sealant/adhesive to be
used.
Techniques and
procedures in preparing
surfaces for
sealant/adhesive.
Safety in preparing
different surfaces.

LO 2. Prepare surface for


sealant/adhesive application.
2.1 Identify the types of sealant and adhesives
according to surface.
2.2 Identify surface materials as per
construction.
2.3 Clean surface and free of moisture, dust
and other foreign matters to ensure
maximum adhesion or seal.
2.4 Observe safety while performing job.

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Use of sealant and


adhesive
Types and classification of
sealant and adhesives
Tools and materials to be
used in applying
sealant/adhesive
Techniques in applying
sealant/adhesive
Safety requirements
in applying
sealant/adhesive
Hazards and risk
associated with use of
sealant/adhesive.

LO 3. Apply sealant/adhesive evenly.


3.1 Apply sealant/adhesive evenly on the
surface in line with manufacturers
specification.
3.2 Removed excess sealant/adhesive by
sanding or by scrapping.
3.3 Apply sealant/adhesive using tools and
equipment appropriate to job
requirements.
3.4 Observe safety and wear PPE in
accordance with industry SOP.
3.5 Identify hazards associated with the use
of sealant and adhesives.

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LO 4. Store unused and dispose used


sealant/adhesive.
4.1 Store sealant/adhesive as per prescribed
procedure.
4.2 Dispose waste as per workshop SOP.
4.3 Observe safe handling of
sealant/adhesive.

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Sealant/adhesive storing
procedures.
Waste disposal standard
procedures.
Hazards associated with
environment due to
improper waste disposal.

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K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM


JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
CONTENT

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

CODE

LESSON 2: MOVING AND POSITIONING VEHICLE (MPV)


Safety in driving sign and
symbols
Engine system check up
procedures.
Tire inflation pressure
specification.
Belt tension checking
procedures.
Drivers code and conduct.
BLOBAGS

The learner demonstrates an


understanding of concepts and
underlying principles in moving
and positioning vehicle.

The learner independently


performs moving and positioning
vehicle based on the specific
guidelines from manufactures
manual.

LO 1. Prepare the vehicle for driving.


1.1 Perform correct check-up procedures of
engine system.
1.2 Check tire inflation pressures according to
manufacturers specification.
1.3 Check braking system and fluid level.
1.4 Check engine belt tension and other
necessary units in accordance with
manual.
1.5 Check lighting system according to
established procedures.

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Types of vehicle
Driving procedure and
techniques
- Manual Transmission
- Automatic Transmission
Starting an engine.
Shifting gears.
Steering vehicle.
Brake application.
Driving skills.
Parking safety and
technique

LO 2. Move and Position Vehicle.


2.1 Identify or select vehicle to be move or
reposition as per job requirements.
2.2 Drive vehicle safely to the designated
location according to job specification.
2.3 Park vehicle properly following safety
procedures and techniques.

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LO 3. Check the vehicle.


3.1 Check vehicle position as per requirement.
3.2 Perform check up procedures upon
parking.
3.3 Check vehicle for external damage.

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Vehicle safe position


Oil level
Brake fluid level
Battery electrolytes
Tire pressure
Clutch fluid
Position of driving gear
Lighting and warning
devices
Types of vehicle external
damages
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K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM


JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
CONTENT

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

CODE

LESSON 3: PERFORMING MENSURATION AND CALCULATION (PMC)

Types of measuring

instruments and
applications.
Reading skills of
measuring instrument
Techniques in measuring
parts/components.

The learner demonstrates an


understanding of concepts and
underlying principles in
performing measurements and
calculations.

The learner independently


performs mensuration and
calculation based on job
requirements.

Conversion of units of

measurement from
English-metric and vise
versa.
Techniques in determining
tolerance/allowance of
parts/components.
Calibration and using
testing instruments.
Solving problems using
formulas.
Finding areas of different
geometrical figures.

Safe handling and caring

of measuring instruments.
Calibrating measuring
instrument.
Safe handling and
procedures in using
measuring instruments.
Storing of measuring
instruments.

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LO 1. Select Measuring Instrument.


1.1 Identify object or component to be
measured.
1.2 Obtain correct specifications from relevant
source.
1.3 Select appropriate measuring instrument as
per job requirement.

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LO 2. Carry out measurement and


calculation.
2.1 Select measuring tools in line with job
requirements.
2.2 Obtain accurate measurements.
2.3 Perform calculations needed to complete
work/task using fundamental operation of
mathematics.
2.4 Check correct and accurate numerical
computation.

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LO 3. Maintain measuring instrument.


3.1 Clean measuring instruments before and
after using.
3.2 Keep measuring instruments in safe dry
place.
3.3 Observe proper techniques in using precise
instrument in accordance with the
manufacturers standards.
3.4 Observe proper handling of measuring
instruments in accordance with industry
standards.

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K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM


JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
CONTENT

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

CODE

LESSON 4: READING, INTERPRETING AND APPLYING SPECIFICATIONS AND MANUAL (RIA)

Types of manuals used in

LO 1. Identify and access manual/


specifications.
1.1 Identify and access appropriate manuals
as per job requirement.
1.2 Check version and date of manual to
ensure correct specification and identify
procedures.

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Procedure / techniques in

LO 2. Interpret manuals
2.1 Locate relevant sections, chapters of
manuals/ specifications in relations to the
work to be conducted.
2.2 Interpret information and procedure in the
manual in accordance to industry
practices.

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Interpreting appropriate

LO 3. Apply information accessed in the


manual.
2.1 Interpret data and specification according
to job requirement.
2.2 Identify work steps correctly in accordance
with manufacturers specification.
2.3 Apply manual data according to the given
task.
2.4 Interpret all correct sequence and
adjustment in accordance with information
contained on the manual or specification.

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Techniques in storing

LO 4. Store manual.
3.1 Store manuals appropriately to ensure
prevention of damage.
3.2 Store manuals properly for easy access and
ready for updating of information required
in the given task.

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automotive industry.

Identifying appropriate
manuals.

Knowledge and techniques


in accessing data and
specification as per job
requirements.

The learner demonstrates an


understanding of concepts and
underlying theories and
principles in interpreting
manuals of specifications in
automotive.

The learner independently reads,


interprets and applies specification
and manual as per job
requirements.

interpreting data and


specifications.
Identification of symbols
used in the manuals.
Identification of units of
measurements.

data and specifications.


Applying data and
specification accessed
from the manuals as
required in the given task.

manuals.
Procedures in maintaining
manuals.

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K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM


JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
CONTENT

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

CODE

LESSON 5: USING AND APPLYING LUBRICANT/COOLANT (UAL)


Lubrication schedules
Uses of coolants
Properties of lubricant and
coolant
Types of lubricant and
application
Hazards associated with
lubricants.
Lubrication schedule
Tools and application for
coolant and lubricant
application
Hazards associated with
lubricant
Lubrication procedure
Techniques in handling
lubricants
Personal safety procedures
Use and care of tools and
equipment
Techniques in applying
coolant/lubricant
Hazards of
coolant/lubricant in the
environment
Proper disposal of coolant
and lubricants
Workshop policy and
procedure
Maintenance and storage
of shop cleaning equipment
Use and storage of
cleaning chemicals
Shop safety practices
Housekeeping practices
5S

The learner demonstrates an


understanding of basic concept
in using and applying
lubricant/coolant.

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The learner independently


performs the application of
lubricant/coolant based on service
manuals.

LO 1. Identify types of
lubricants/coolant.
1.1 Access and interpret correct information
on lubrication schedule from appropriate
manufacturers specifications manual.
1.2 Identify type and quantity of
lubricants/coolant as per job requirements.

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LO 2. Use and apply lubricants/coolant


2.1 Identify correct procedure for change of
lubricant following manufacturers
specification or manual.
2.2 Select and use correct tools and equipment
in line with job requirements.
2.3 Remove and replaced existing lubricants
with specified types and quantity of new
materials in line with manufacturers
specification.
2.4 Observe safe procedure and use of PPE
when removing or replacing lubricant.
2.5 Dispose used lubricants in accordance with
environmental guidelines.
2.6 Check work in line with company SOP.

LO 3. Perform housekeeping activities


3.1 Store tools, equipment and materials
properly as per company SOP.
3.2 Free workplace from waste materials.

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K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM


JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
CONTENT

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

CODE

LESSON 6: PERFORMING SHOP MAINTENANCE (PSM)


Workshop policies
Types and usage of
cleaning chemicals/agents
Safe handling of
equipment and tools.
Service procedures
Equipment maintenance
standards.
Procedures and techniques
in cleaning work area

The learner demonstrates an


understanding of concepts and
underlying principles in
performing shop maintenance.

LO 1. Inspect and clean tools, equipment


and work area.
1.1 Inspect and clean tools, equipment and the
work area, free from dust, grease and
other substances.
1.2 Observe cleaning solvent used as per
workshop cleaning requirements.
1.3 Check and clean work area.
1.4 Keep dry wet surface or spot in the work
area.

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Safe storing of tools and


equipment
Storage and disposal of
hazardous/flammable
tools/materials.
Personal safety
procedures.
Relevant technical
information on tools and
equipment
Labeling procedures
Principles of total quality
management (TQM) and
5S

LO 2. Store/arrange tools and shop


equipment.
2.1 Arrange and store tools and equipment in
their respective shelves/location.
2.2 Post visible corresponding labels.
2.3 Secure and log tools in the record book.

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Use PPE in handling


automotive waste
materials
Effects of automotive
wastes to men and its
environment.
Waste management and
disposal

LO 3. Dispose waste and used lubricants.


3.1 Dispose waste and used lubricants in
accordance with the standard operational
procedures and environmental regulations.
3.2 Label containers for waste and used
lubricants properly.
3.3 Observe personal safety in disposing
waste and used lubricants.

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The learner independently


performs shop maintenance in
accordance with OHS
(occupational health and safety)
procedures.

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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
CONTENT

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

CODE

Recording of automotive
waste materials
Cleaning chemicals for
grease and lubricants
Labeling procedures and
technique
Conducing inventory and
preparing records.
Maintenance and safe
handling of tools and
equipment
Maintenance and updating
of records and reports.

LO 4. Report damaged tools/equipment.


4.1 Maintain complete inventory of tools and
equipment.
4.2 Identify damaged tools/equipment with
repair recommendation.
4.3 Prepare reports on damaged
tools/equipment.

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CORE COMPETENCIES
LESSON 7: CARRYING OUT MINOR VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING (CMV)

Parts and function of light


vehicle

Cleaning materials
Relevant OHS and proper
disposal of wastes

The learner demonstrates an


understanding of concepts and
underlying principles of carrying
out minor vehicle maintenance
and servicing.

The learner independently


performs minor vehicle
maintenance and servicing based
on service manuals.

Care and use of cleaning


tools and equipment

Parts of vehicle and its


functions
Basic principles of
operation of vehicle
system such as electrical
system, fuel system,
cooling system, steering
system, exhaust system,
brakes system, clutch
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*LO-Learning Outcomes

LO 1. Clean vehicle unit.


1.1 Clean vehicle as per prescribed procedures
using appropriate cleaning supplies, tools/
equipment and according to occupational
health and safety (OHS).
1.2 Dispose waste as per relevant ordinance,
rules or law.

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LO 2. Maintain and service the vehicle


system.
2.1 Undertake minor routine checks based on
manufacturers manual.
2.2 Undertake minor routine repair in
accordance with occupational health and
safety procedures and manufacturer's
manual.

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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
CONTENT

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

system, air intake system,


lubricating system, and
wheels tires.
Routine service and
maintenance of light
vehicle
- Topping up of
water/coolant levels
and brake fluid
- Change/topping up of
engine oils
- Checking tire pressure
- Topping up of
transmission fluid
- Cleaning of battery
terminals
- Screen wash fluid
- Top-up steering fluid
- Replacing air filter
- Check brake
components
- Tire replacement/
rotation

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

CODE

2.3 Undertake minor servicing in accordance


with occupational health and safety
procedures and manufacturer's manual.
2.4 Undertake appropriate action in
accordance with manufacturer's
specifications.
2.5 Identify complex repair and service
requirements following service manual.
2.6 Refer complex repair and service
requirements following service manual.
2.7 Keep records of routine servicing,
maintenance and repairs in accordance
with workplace procedures.
2.8 Update records of routine servicing,
maintenance and repairs in accordance
with workplace procedures.

LESSON 8: DRIVING LIGHT VEHICLE (DLV)


Pre starting warm up
procedures
Inspection of vehicle
safety devices and tools
LTO/LTFRB safety
requirements

The learner demonstrates an


understanding of driving light
vehicles.

The learner independently


performs driving of light vehicles
based on LTO/LTFRB regulations.

Traffic authorities and


violations
Motoring tips

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LO 1. Perform light vehicle pre starting


and warm-up.
1.1 Inspect vehicle safety devices and tools as
per manufacturer's specification in
accordance with LTO/LTFRB requirements.
1.2 Perform pre-starting warm-up in
accordance with manufacturer's manual.

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LO 2. Drive light vehicle.


2.1 Perform driving in accordance with traffic
rules and regulations.

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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
CONTENT

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

Driving hazards
Right parking and shutting

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

CODE

2.2 Identify driving hazard through defensive


driving.
2.3 Control driving hazard through defensive
driving.
2.4 Transport passenger and loads as per
LTO/LTFRB regulation.
2.5 Acquire clearance permit as per LTO/LTFRB
regulation.
2.6 Park light vehicle in accordance with traffic
regulations.
2.7 Switch off engine of light vehicle in
accordance with manufacturer's
specification.
LO 3. Monitor and maintain vehicle
performance.
3.1 Perform routine vehicle maintenance.
3.2 Identify vehicle malfunctions by
appropriate person in accordance with the
manufacturers instruction.
3.3 Repair vehicle malfunctions by appropriate
person in accordance with the
manufacturers instruction.
3.4 Maintain vehicle records in accordance with
workplace procedure.
3.5 Update vehicle records in accordance with
workplace procedure.

down (light vehicle) the


engine.

Minor routine repair and


servicing
- Blown bulbs in vehicle
lights
- Broken fan belt
- Blown fuse
- Broken side mirrors
- Tires
- Worn-out wheel caps
- Spark plug and cables
- Wiper blades
Diagnosis of vehicle
malfunctions
Maintenance and updating
of vehicle record

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LESSON 9: OBEYING AND OBSERVING TRAFFIC RULES AND REGULATIONS (OOT)

Traffic Lights
Road signs and markers
- Warning signs
- Regulatory Signs
- Mandatory Signs
- Informative Signs

The learner demonstrates an


understanding of concepts and
underlying principles in obeying
and observing traffic rules and
regulations.

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The learner independently


performs obeying and observing
traffic rules and regulations based
on LTO/LTFRB regulations.

*LO-Learning Outcomes

LO 1. Observe traffic signs and markers.


1.1 Identify traffic signs and road markers in
accordance with concerned traffic
authorities.
1.2 Follow traffic signs and road markers in
accordance with concerned traffic
authorities.

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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
CONTENT

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

Traffic rules and


regulation

Driving permit and other


relevant documents

Driving outfit/attire

Managing conflict
Interpersonal skill
Drivers code of ethics

Roles of traffic enforcers


Traffic violations and
penalties

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

CODE

LO 2. Obey traffic rules and regulations.


2.1 Identify traffic rules and regulations in
accordance with concerned traffic
authorities.
2.2 Follow/obey traffic rules and regulations in
accordance with concerned traffic
authorities.
2.3 Maintain license and registration as
prescribed by law.
2.4 Wear driver outfit/attire as prescribed by
law.
LO 3. Practice road courtesy.
3.1 Demonstrate positive work values as per
code of ethics of drivers.
3.2 Respond to complaints with respect to
drivers code of ethics.
3.3 Handle complaints based on drivers code
of ethics.
3.4 Convey reminders to passengers politely.
LO 4. Respect traffic enforcers and other
traffic management unit.
4.1 Comply with traffic authority instructions
as prescribed by law.
4.2 Accept traffic violation tickets/receipts
issued by traffic enforcers and take
appropriate action.

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LESSON 10: IMPLEMENTING AND COORDINATING ACCIDENT-EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (ICA)

Kinds of emergency

situations
Hazards and reminders in
the event of emergency
Preparation of incident
report and other
documentation to
authority and medical
personnel

The learner demonstrates an


understanding of concepts and
underlying principles in
implementing and coordinating
accident-emergency procedures.

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The learner independently


performs implementation and
coordination of accidentemergency procedures based on
standard emergency-medical
procedures.

*LO-Learning Outcomes

LO 1. Respond to emergencies.
1.1 Identify emergency and potential
emergency situations based on emergency
procedure.
1.2 Assess emergency and potential
emergency situations based on emergency
procedure.
1.3 Prioritize actions based on the criticality of
the emergency.

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INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
CONTENT

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

Handling and use of fire

CODE

1.4 Provide actions based on the emergency


situation.
1.5 Prepare incident reports in accordance
with regulatory and workplace procedures.
1.6 Fulfill responsibilities in accordance with
emergency procedures and/or regulatory
requirements.

extinguisher

Handling vehicle

emergencies and crime


prevention tips

First aid practices


Kinds of car injuries
Proper ways on

LO 2. Arrange follow-up support and


assistance.
2.1 Arrange medical assistance and support in
accordance with workplace procedures.
2.2 Apply first aid in accordance with medical
procedure.
2.3 Identify passenger needs based on
emergency situations.
2.4 Provide passenger needs based on
emergency situations.

transporting injured
person
Hospital procedures in
emergency situations

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LEARNING COMPETENCIES

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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
RESOURCES
TOOLS

Mop
Basket
Pail
Polisher
Broom
Hose
Cross wrench
Mechanical pliers
Long nose pliers
Feeler gauge
Tire gauge
Goggles
Plastic boots
Combination wrench
Socket wrench
Creeper
Screwdriver (flat &phillips)
Early warning device
Jack
Spare tire
Flashlight
Emergency lighting device/
trouble light
Dunce pin
Spark plug wrench
Oil filter wrench
Jack stand
Wheel choke

EQUIPMENT

Light vehicle unit


Jeepney
Vacuum pump
Steam cleaner
Air compressor

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METHODOLOGY

MATERIALS

Soap
Shampoo
Glove
Apron
Engine oil
Gear Oil
Air Freshener
Polish
Distilled water
Fan belt
Wheel cap
Fuse
Electrical tape
Brake fluid
A/C belt
P/S belt
Coolant
Additives
Relay
Fender cover
Seat cover
Floor mat
Steering wheel cover
ATF power steering fluid
Assorted bulbs

*LO-Learning Outcomes

Self paced learning


Discussion
Case study
Role play
Individual and group
practice
Project-based method
Supervised industry training
(SIT)

ASSESSMENT METHOD

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Written examination
Practical demonstration
Observation/Interview
Work samples
Portfolio

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INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
GLOSSARY
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Absolute speed limit


Accident, motor vehicle
Basic speed limit
Collision
Driving license

6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Defensive driving
Directional signals
Driver
Fare
Franchised route

11.
12.

Periodic Maintenance Service


Motorcycle

13.

Public Utility Jeepney (PUJ)

14.
15.

Regulatory signs
Road Related Accident and Emergency

16.
17.

Roadway markings
Seat belt

18.

Taxicab

19.
20.
21.

Traffic
Traffic signal lights
Tricycle Unit

22.

Warning signs

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Maximum or minimum legal speed at which one may drive. This speed limit may or may not be posted.
Any mishap involving a moving vehicle and resulting in death, injury or property damage.
Any speed below the absolute limit that is safe for existing road, weather or traffic conditions.
Any crash between motor vehicles or between a motor vehicle and another object.
Legal document in the form of plastic identification card and official receipt issued by LTO authorizing a person to
drive and operate a specified type of motor vehicle after satisfactorily completing and passing the standard
requirement as categorized either non-professional or professional proficiency level.
Being prepared to handle through any hazardous situation caused by other users of the road.
Lights on motor vehicle or hand signals used to indicate left and right turns and stops.
Person who drives motor vehicle and transport passengers and loads over specified routes or destination for a fee.
The price charged to transport a passenger
Designated travel route assigned by LTFRB (DOTC) to a specific public passenger motor vehicle indicating the
particular main streets, roads and avenues to ply including its limitations and boundaries.
Regular servicing prescribed by manufacturer to maintain the vehicles top performance.
A single passenger vehicle for operation on ordinary and typically having two wheels and a gasoline internal
combustion engine.
Locally manufactured and modified jeepney-type vehicle intended to carry as much passengers as prescribed and
authorized by Land Transportation Franchise Regulatory Board (LTFRB) as approved by the Department of
Transportation and Communication (DOTC).
Traffic signs that tell what a driver must or must not do under penalty of the law.
Unforeseen and unanticipated road happenings usually resulting from the drivers negligence/error, abnormal road
condition and motor vehicle mechanical safety breakdown resulting to grave vehicular accident, passenger body
injury and damage to property.
Markings on a pavement separating lanes of travel or indicating what a driver may do.
A belt anchored to the vehicle frame. It prevents the passengers from being thrown against parts of the interior of
the vehicle or from the vehicle in the event of a collision.
Public utility car that transport passenger to a designated location and collect fare recorded on taximeter based on
mileage or time factors specified by the LTFRB.
Flow of all motor vehicles and pedestrians along the street and the highway
Traffic controls which usually are located at intersections to regulate traffic flow
A 3-wheeled motor vehicle consisting of a motorcycle and a modified passenger sidecar with a seating capacity
prescribed and authorized. It is franchised by LTFRB to operate and transport passengers within a specified area of
operation with a pre-set and fixed fare.
Traffic signs that alert drivers to potential hazards ahead.

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INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
CODE BOOK LEGEND
Sample: TLE_IADRV9-12AAS-Ia-1
LEGEND
First Entry
Uppercase
Letter/s

SAMPLE

Learning Area and


Strand/ Subject or
Specialization
Grade Level
Domain/ Content/
Component/ Topic

DOMAIN / COMPONENT

Technology and Livelihood


Education_ Industrial Arts
Driving
9/10/11/12

TLE_IA
DRV9-12

Apply Appropriate Sealant/Adhesive

AAS
-

Roman Numeral

*Zero if no specific
Quarter

Quarter

First Quarter

Week

Week one

Competency

Identify appropriate
sealant/adhesive.

Lower case
letter/s

*Put an en-dash (-)


in between letters
to indicate more
than a specific week
Arabic Number

CODE

Applying Appropriate Sealant/Adhesive


Moving and Positioning Vehicle
Performing Mensuration and Calculation
Reading, Interpreting and Applying Specification Manual
Using and Applying Lubricant/Coolant
Perform Shop Maintenance
Carrying Out Minor Vehicle Maintenance and Servicing
Driving Light Vehicle
Obeying and Observing Traffic Rules and Regulations
Implementing and Coordinating Accident-Emergency
Procedures

AAS
MPV
PMC
RIA
UAL
PSM
CMV
DLV
OOT
ICA

Technology-Livelihood Education and Technical-Vocational Track specializations may be taken between Grades 9 to 12.
Schools may offer specializations from the four strands as long as the minimum number of hours for each specialization is met.
Please refer to the sample Curriculum Map on the next page for the number of semesters per Industrial Arts specialization and those that have pre-requisites. Curriculum
Maps may be modified according to specializations offered by a school.

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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)

* Please note that these subjects have pre-requisites mentioned in the CG.
+ CG updated based on new Training Regulations of TESDA.
Other specializations with no prerequisites may be taken up during these semesters.
Pre-requisites of the subjects to the right should be taken up during these semesters.

K to 12 Industrial Arts Driving (NC II) Curriculum Guide May 2016

**This is just a sample. Schools make their own curriculum maps considering the specializations to be
offered. Subjects may be taken up at any point during Grades 9-12.

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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - DRIVING NC II
(160 hours)
Reference:
Technical Education and Skills Development Authority-Qualification Standards Office. Training Regulations for Driving NC II. Taguig City, Philippines: TESDA, 2005.

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